Transformational Learning Opportunities in the Department of Clinical & Applied Movement Sciences

Internship, fieldwork, service learning, and/or practicum opportunities:   

Each fall and spring semester, each student participates in a clinical experience at local outpatient orthopedic clinics, universities, or high schools. These students accumulate a minimum of 200 hours of experience.

Each summer, a clinical experience is offered at these same sites, with a minimum of 50 hours of experience.

Undergraduate research or creative project opportunities:   

In several courses in the Program, advanced projects are completed as a requirement of the course. One example is the Facility Project completed in PET 3660.

Research opportunities are available through Independent Studies and through volunteer positions with Program faculty. Examples include ACL Prevention Strategies and Wound Dressing investigations.